Thursday Wrap presented by The Men’s Room: Luke Insley becomes Schroeder’s all-time scoring leader, reaches 1,000-point plateau; Camille Wright records double-double as Bishop Kearney remains unbeaten

Luke Insley (dribbling) became the all-time leading scorer in Webster Schroeder program history. (Photo: SUE KANE)

BOYS

PENFIELD (8-4) 52
WEBSTER THOMAS (9-1) 55
Basketball is a game of runs. Thursday night, Penfield and Webster Thomas put that on display. The Titans made the last run, holding the Patriots scoreless for the final 2:18 of the game to win 55-52 and lock up their first Monroe County Divisional title since 2007. READ MORE.

GATES-CHILI (9-1) 66
VICTOR (8-1) 77
Victor avenged its only loss of the season in a 77-66 win over Gates-Chili that handed the Spartans their first defeat. The Blue Devils were led by 21 from Connor Williams, 20 from Chase Dickens and 17 from CJ James. READ MORE.

NORTH ROSE-WOLCOTT (3-7) 48
EAST ROCHESTER (6-6) 65
Chuck Domm scored 10 of his team-high 22 points in the second quarter when East Rochester pulled away to defeat NR-W for the second time this season. READ MORE. 

WILSON MAGNET (0-8) 36
EDISON TECH (2-8) 70
Shaheem Ellis Jr. finished with a game-high 24 points as Edison picked up its second straight win. Ellis helped the Inventors jump out to a 41-14 halftime lead with his 19 first half points. Ta’Jier Orum and Marcquell Freeman both added 10 points. Other scorers – Edison: Mike Morgan (9), Divine Thomas (7), Andy Larancuent (6), and Alvion Williams (4). Derrick Simmons paced Wilson with a team-high 19 points. Williams did his damage in the second half as he had 12 of his 19 in the second half. Other scorers – Wilson: Zavarius Henry (6), Brandon White (3), Joshua Joyce (3), Jayleon Smith (3), and Nate Cotton (2)

SPENCERPORT (2-7) 58
CHURCHVILLE-CHILI (1-8) 56

GREECE ODYSSEY (0-8) 41
GREECE OLYMPIA (3-6) 89

FAIRPORT (1-8) 38
RUSH-HENRIETTA (6-5) 49
Senior Jalen House scored a game-high 17 points which led Rush-Henrietta to its second straight win. Trailing by four at halftime, the Royal Comets outscored Fairport in the second half 29-14. Chris Sleeper was the only other Royal Comet in double-figures with 10. Other scorers – Rush Henrietta: Gabe Wright (6), Tobey Wright (5), Mason Giorgione (4), Nasir Hunter (3), Chad Thomas (2), and Muwafaq Ibrahim (2). For Fairport, Alex Hill scored a team-high nine points. Other scorers – Fairport: Ian Kennedy (7), Derek Howe (6), Braden Consaul (4), Jake Koonmen (3), Bill Meagher (3), Andrew Smith (2), Cody Bilyo (2), and Wallace 2Rahmaan (2)

PITTSFORD SUTHERLAND (5-6) 48
CANANDAIGUA (5-4) 55

GREECE ATHENA (6-3) 82
BROCKPORT (3-8) 76

WEBSTER SCHROEDER (6-5) 94
HILTON (0-9) 74
Luke Insley becomes Schroeder’s all-time scoring leader, reaching the 1,000-point plateau in the Warriors bounce-back win. Insley ended with a game-high 24 points with 15 of them coming in the first half. Ben Carey complimented Insley with 19 of his own. James Knox and Matthew Salina each finished with 10 of their own. Other scorers – Webster Schroeder: Alex DeRosa (9), Michael Salina (6), Nick Hauman (6), Evan DeMocker (4), Zack Hosmer (2), Brennen Ippolito (2), and Varun Elangovan (2). Preston Prince headlined a balanced Hilton offense which featured 11 different scorers. Prince had a team-high 14, Greyson Trubia had 12, and Nick Graziano and Michael Wheelehan each totaled 10. Other scorers – Hilton: Carter Clark (9), Luke Simonelli (6), Luke Pisani (4), Noah Lochiatto (3), Derek Cavey (3), Matthew Mastowski (2), and Aaron Siracuse (1)

GREECE ARCADIA (0-10) 35
PITTSFORD MENDON (11-0) 85
Jacob Shadders led the five Vikings in double-figures with a team-high 17 points. The senior hit three from beyond-the-arc, and dished out seven assists. Luke Hoyser finished with 14, Jack Kaemffe added 12, and Kidder Lindley totaled 10. Brady Miller scored 11 alongside eight rebounds and four assists. Other scorers – Pittsford Mendon: Conner Rook (8), Jackson Green (7), Eric Krowl (4), and Will Connors (2). Junior Gabe Taylor led Greece Arcadia with a team-high 10 points. Other scorers – Greece Arcadia: Michael Bolger (8), Vincent Cacia (7), Adam Hurlbutt (4), Anthony DiNatale (3), Latrell Rowe (2), and Chris Kalke (1)

EASTRIDGE (6-4) 59
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA (6-4) 56

IRONDEQUOIT (9-2) 52
BRIGHTON (4-6) 40
The trio of Keenan Robertson, Jaleel Davis, and Jason Jacobs Jr. combined for 40 points in Irondequoit’s sixth straight win. Davis had a team-high 15, Robertson added 14, and Jacobs chipped in 11. The Eagles extended their three-point halftime lead in the third quarter outscoring Brighton 15-6 behind seven points from Davis. Other scorers – Irondequoit: Ryan Heath (6), Jake O’Sullivan (3), and Evan Leonardo (3). Aidan Lazenby led Brighton with a team-high 14 points. Nathan Martin chipped in 12 of his own. Other scorers – Brighton: Andrew Falter (7), Olin Stanat (4), Thomas Passawe (2), and Colin O’Connor (1)

MIDLAKES (3-7) 42
RED JACKET (6-4) 65
Andrew DaMore scored a team-high 14 points as Red Jacket picked up their second straight win. Junior Mason Pollott chipped in 12, and Kyle DaMore totaled 11 points. Midlakes was led by Lucas Garver who finished with a game-high 16 points, and Simon Rizzo had 11.

FRIENDSHIP (2-8) 45
HINSDALE (1-8) 43
Friendship grabbed its second straight win behind a combined 40 points from Dekota Stewart, Taylor Moore, and Ian Romero. Stewart finished with a game-high 15 points, Moore ended with 14, and Romero had 11. John Outman scored three and Jacob Golden had two. Zach Byrne paced Hinsdale with a team-high 10 points. No other Bobcat finished in double-figures. Other scorers – Hinsdale: Ethan Cashimere (9), Sam Cashimere (8), Cody Barton (8), Jacob Elliott (4), Parker Keenan (2), and Jeff Rossman (2)

WARSAW (1-8) 55
LETCHWORTH (5-4) 76

DANSVILLE (5-4) 46
LEROY (5-4) 68

GENESEO (6-3) 49
KESHEQUA (0-9) 34

WAYLAND-COHOCTON (3-6) 75
PERRY (2-7) 49

KENDALL (1-9) 55
LYNDONVILLE (6-4) 81

SODUS (2-9) 45
WILLIAMSON (6-4) 47

SCIO (8-2) 51
WHITESVILLE (3-7) 33

FILLMORE (6-3) 38
WELLSVILLE (9-1) 49

LIVONIA (9-1) 54
AVON (8-1) 58
Avon handed Livonia its first loss of the season behind a game-high 28 from junior Zach Colvin. Junior Michael Rowland chipped in 14 of his own, and Jaden Courtemanche had eight. This was Avon’s fourth straight win. The Minnehans paced the Livonia offense as Alex had a team-high 18 and Shawn finished with 10.

CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (10-0) 82
MOUNT MORRIS (1-8) 37
Kyle Wade connected on five three-pointers en route to his game-high 26 points. Mason Nusbickel chipped in 19 of his own, Scott Esig scored 11, and Evan Raniewicz rounded out the Raiders in double-figures with 10. Caledonia-Mumford jumped out to a 44-21 halftime lead and coasted through the second half only allowing 16 points. Stephen Somers led Mount Morris with a team-high 16 points and six rebounds. Alexis Crespo finished with seven, and Justin Kemp had 5.

YORK (7-2) 53
PAVILION (4-5) 37
Freshmans Tyler Brady and Jake Pangrazio paced York with a combined 28 points. Brady totaled a game-high 15 and Pangrazio finished with 13. James Kennedy added 11, and David Cuozzo finished with seven. This was York’s third straight win, and seventh win in their last eight. For Pavilion, Cole Tillotson had 11 and Trevor Weirdrich scored eight.

HORNELL (6-4) 53
BATH-HAVERLING (3-6) 63

GANANDA (7-3) 56
LYONS (10-0) 80
Lyons captured the Wayne County Championship behind a combined 48 points from JC Walker and Justin Smith Jr. Walker ended with a game-high 26 points, and Smith Jr. had 22. Smith Jr. had 14 in the second half, where Lyons outscored Gananda 41-31. Other scorers – Lyons: Horace Betts IV (13), Jaylen Battle (6), Jaiden Lopez (5), Nate Henry (3), Ahmir James (3), and Jahteez Barber (2). Luke Ciprich led Gananda with a team-high 17 points, with 15 of them in the first half. Jerry Brongo was the only other Blue Panther in double-figures with 12. Other scorers – Gananda: Elliott Hergert (9), Andrew Gabbard (7), Hector Lopez (3), Josh Sidoti (2), Christian Jenny (2), Sampy Gill (2), and Tyler Hathaway (2)

GIRLS

NORTH ROSE (7-3) 29
EAST ROCHESTER (10-1) 57
The East Rochester girls’ basketball team claimed one title Thursday night. Now the Bombers will turn their attention to the next prize. Sam Lewis and Zoe Zutes combined for 34 points to lead East Rochester to the 2021 Wayne County Athletic Association girls championship. READ MORE.

BISHOP KEARNEY (6-0) 70
EAST (6-3) 60
Senior Camille Wright posted a double-double with 20 points and 13 rebounds. Wright did her damage in the third quarter with 11 points; Wright finished with eight assists, five steals, and three blocks. Marianna Freeman totaled a team-high 21 points alongside six assists and five rebounds. Eighth grader Amaia Jackson had career-high across the board, as she finished with 14 points, four rebounds, three assists, and three steals. Bishop Kearney connected on eight threes. Other scorers – Bishop Kearney: Caydence Hadley (7), Kaia Goode (6), and Taia Thornton (2). Shariona Blocker paced the East offense with a game-high 23 points, eight rebounds, and four steals. Diamond Pickett chipped in 15 points, 16 rebounds, and four blocks. Other scorers – East: Gabriella Brown-Sturdviant III (11), Imani Oliver (6), and Jaylen Giles (5)

OUR LADY OF MERCY (8-3) 62
BATAVIA (7-4) 42
Senior-center Katie Whitaker dominated the paint as she recorded a double-double with a team-high 20 points and 15 rebounds. Libby McDonough complimented Whitaker with 19 points and three rebounds of her own. Other scorers – Our Lady of Mercy: Aubrey Hintz (7), Caroline Murphy (4), Maddie Fitzgerald (3), Mia Valvo (3), Sophie Dearcop (2), Anna Lynch (2), and Mary Grace McCann (2)

NORTHSTAR (5-2) 69
C. G. FINNEY (9-2) 76
In the loss, the Northstar offense featured four scorers who all scored in double-figures. Bria Danesi led Northstar with 22 points, 12 rebounds, and eight steals. Alayna Garwood posted a 20-20 game with 20 points and 22 rebounds. Breona Jones had 17 points, six rebounds, and five assists. Deaveon Rhodes chipped in 10 points and nine rebounds.

ROCHESTER PREP (0-3)
LIMA (0-5)

PENFIELD (8-3) 56
WEBSTER THOMAS (3-7) 19
Haley Emmick and Grace Alexander each scored nine points which led a total of 11 scorers for Penfield. This win snapped a two-game losing streak for the Patriots. Other scorers – Penfield: Elisa Faklaris (8), Jackie Funk (5), Eva Elliot (5), Leah Fusilli (4), Emma Blumenstock (4), Kennedy Cone (4), Summer Cisco (3), Etta Herman (3), and Kylie Bell (2)

IRONDEQUOIT (5-3) 48
GREECE ARCADIA (0-8) 40
Irondequoit picked up its third straight win behind a team-high from junior Amiyah Nunn. This marked the third game this season that nuns scored in double-figures. Other scorers – Irondequoit: Leah Memmott (8), Daisy Smith (7), Maeve Brennan (5), Julia Smith (4), Hannah Smith (4), Emma McGuigan (3), Colleen Tyler (2), and Lily Schoenweitz (1)

VICTOR (4-5) 31
GATES-CHILI (8-3) 43

RED CREEK (5-5) 58
LYONS (3-4) 54
Senior Isabella Wilbur scored a game-high 22 points alongside nine rebounds, six assists, three blocks, and one steal in Red Creek’s second straight win. Mackenzie Ferguson recorded a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds. Other scorers – Red Creek: Mady Sanzotta (9), Riley Shaffer (8), Tamara Crawford (2), and Madeline Smith (2). Caitlyn Mcdonald paced Lyons with a double-double that included 14 points and 10 rebounds. Jenna Stone had nine points alongside 15 assists and five rebounds. Other scorers – Lyons: Riley Decola (9), Alicia Morrison (7), Jayla Bell (7), Latavia Blaisdell (6), and Imani Harder (2)

GANANDA (5-5) 36
CLYDE-SAVANNAH (6-4) 19

SODUS (0-9)
WILLIAMSON (1-8)

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